Social Workers and Social Service Professionals
Are you Suffering from Work Related Stress?
BURNOUT is REAL! As social workers we dedicate our lives to help those in need, but who do we turn to when we need help? As rewarding as our job can be, it can also be filled with stressful situations that can impact our performance, working environment, relationships, home life and health.
5 Questions to Ask Yourself
- Do you feel overwhelmed when you are at work?
- Do you feel undervalued?
- Do you take your work home?
- Do you feel on edge throughout the day?
- Are you angry and short tempered due to work stress?
- Do you want to quit your job, but can't?
Tackling Work Stress and Avoiding Burnout
As both a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Mentor to Social Workers I have over 20 years of experience in the field of social work. Together we can tackle the challenges you are currently facing through my Happy 1/2 Hour Support Network.
What is the Happy 1/2 Hour Support Network?
Virtual support providing information on stress management, career building, and job satisfaction and more. During these sessions I will share:
- Relaxation and Stress Management Concepts
- Working in High Stress Environments
- Finding New Career Opportunities
- Answers to Work Related Frustrations
A Little More About Me
I am Marcyline Lucious Bailey, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the State of Georgia. I am a member of the Academy of Certified Social Workers (ACSW) of the National Association of Social Workers. I am a Mentor to Social Workers and Social Service professionals. I am also an Employee Assistance Specialist - Clinical, a designation of the Employee Assistance Professionals Association, Inc. I am a graduate of Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois and Case Western Reserve University, Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Cleveland, Ohio. I earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Linguistics and a Masters Degree in Social Science Administration. I have over 20 years of experience in the field of mental health.
"My passion is to help those who help others.”